Tuff Shed Cabins for Living

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Tuff Shed Cabins for Living

Have you always dreamed of having a hide-a-way cabin in the woods? Or a guest house where visitors can stay comfortably, but remain in their own space? Tuff Shed Pro-Weekender cabins may be just the answer.  Introduced a couple of years ago, the Tuff Shed Pro-Weekender comes in two designs; a ranch-style cabin design with a gable roof and a barn-style design with a gambrel roof and second story option. Each cabin comes with a 10-year warranty and a 30-year roof guarantee.

The Pro-Weekender Barn design comes in varying sizes starting at 10′ x 12′ and going up to 12′ x 24′. The prices are also reasonable starting at just under $5,000 and topping out at $8,623. Of course, pricing really depends on the amenities included, customization, and additional features added, so sky could be the limit if you tricked-out the cabin. The Pro-Weekender Barn design has the option of adding a second-story, but I would assume Tuff Shed means a loft/sleeping area.

Pro Weekender Ranch Tuff Shed Cabin

The Ranch design has a larger range of sizes starting at 8′ x 14′ and going up to 16′ x 24′ with prices ranging from $4,100 to $9,600. Of course, you can also customize the size of the cabin based on the Tuff Shed slides I browsed. It appears that adding a second story is also an option for fully customized cabins and customization is quite flexible.

Since first thinking about living in a Tuff Shed, Tuff Shed has added a plethora of options, customized cabins and garages of varying sizes to their website. I guess I wasn’t the first person to think a Tuff Shed could make a great home. :)

Can you think of a use for one of these adorable cabins? Boomerang adult children? Elderly parents? Your own customized home?


Another option: purchase cabin home plans and build your own.

TUFF Shed doesn’t sell plans, but other companies do. Below is a sampling of cabin-style plans.

Tiny House Design’s Pioneer Cabin – 16 x 20

 Tiny House Design’s Pioneer Cabin House Plan: $9.95 Buy it Now

The 42-page e-book contains the framing plans, required lumber, and drawings for this structure. Or, check out a few more plans below.

Cabin 55453 – 973 sq ft

 

Cabin 03207 – 864 sq ft

 

Cabin 14055 – 632 sq ft

 

Cabin 06020 – 1,573 sq ft

 

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  1. Young Professional Finances

    These are pretty cool! I never even heard of tuff sheds – but now that you mention it, I have seen sheds outside of Home Depot. I think it’s a pretty awesome idea and I would love to be able to have one as a beach house or even a cabin in the mountains. Too bad they don’t already sell these (with the land) as affordable small houses. :)

  2. Erek

    I think this idea is phenomenal!!! These should be used more and more and more!!! I am planning on getting one of these started very very soon!! 😉

  3. ruth gallegos

    I am interested in the “Little House in the Valley” home. I own my land and wish to have this particular cabin built. I live close the Bastrop, Texas. There is a Home depot in that town. Whom should I speak to?

  4. Mike Laing

    I am interested in building a small house or cabin in Texas. I’m fully able to do 90 to 95% of the work myself. I would like to build a one or two bedroom, one bath dwelling. I’ve looked at log kits, SIP kits, Post and Beam, Cob, Earth bag, insulated concrete and others.

    With your options, what might I expect for an expenditure of 10 t0 15 thousand dollars. Aiming at shell construction, dried in, not figuring in interior completion or the cost of land or utility prep.

  5. teresa

    my sister wants me to move back to calif. and she has land for me this is perfect,any info would be wonderful,wilton calif. is where I would move to

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